Isparta

Isparta: City Of Roses

Turkey’s Garden of Eden Isparta is located in the Mediterranean region of the country. Well-known with its lavender fields and rose gardens, Isparta looks like a great place to visit to us.

The city’s amazing floral wealth is of course not its only property. The city hosts many landmarks such as the magical Egirdir Lake where you can enjoy the mesmerizing views and relax, Kovada Lake National Park that offers one of the most impressive natural landscape, the holy Saint Paul Trail that is the very same road Saint Paul walked from Perge to Egirdir and the ancient city of Adada with its many ruins and remains from the past glorious days.

If you would like to see the trailer of Paradise, you might want to visit Isparta and have an unforgettable journey.

Top attractions in Isparta

Sagalassos

In Turkey, you can come by an ancient city in each corner. One of the most magnificent of them is Sagalassos ancient city located on Taurus Mountains within the borders of city Burdur. The city is called “the city in the clouds” because it was one of the highest cities of the time.
Sagalassos Acient City Historical Castle Column Ruins.

Lake Salda

Are you in the mood for exploring one of the deepest and clearest lakes of Turkey? Well, then you are going to need to visit the city Burdur and head to Lake Salda that is also known as the Maldives of Turkey.

Burdur

When thinking of Turkey, Burdur is not the first think comes to mind to be honest. However we guarantee that you will not stop thinking about it after your first visit.

Antalya

Did you know that the real birthplace of Saint Nicholas is in Demre (Myra), Antalya? Well, now you know. Isn’t it amazing that a city has it all from natural wonders and great beaches to an incomparable historical legacy piled up for centuries. Antalya is known as the biggest city lying along the Mediterranean coast and one of the most popular tourism destinations of Turkey.

Konya

Konya is one of the most important cities of Turkey, located on the Central Anatolia region of the country. The city gracefully earns the title with its famous Mevlana, the Sufi mystic mostly known as Rumi worldwide. Being the symbol of tolerance and humanism, Rumi has been a guide to many people on this journey we call life.

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